Systems Administration and Network Security

The Systems Administrator and Network Security degree prepares students with the knowledge and skills to design, install, implement, monitor, maintain, and manage enterprise and workgroup-level computer systems. Students can obtain an entry-level position as an IT Admin Support Specialist, or as a local, federal or private computer security consultant. The certificate, in combination with the associate degree, has been designed to be completed in two years if you attend full time and have the required entry skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. Alternatively, you can choose to complete the Computer Systems Administration and Network Security pathway as a stand-alone certificate.

Associates in Applied Science in Computer Systems & Information with a Systems Administration and Network Security Certificate

Systems Administration and Network Security stand alone certificate